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love! try it on the turkey & spinach or subway club. subway. eat fresh®. try it on the turkey & spinach or subway club. we don't have a ten step filtering process for our water. we don't need it. because crystal geyser is made by nature, not by man. crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source. . >>> they are investigating a july 4th firework accident that injured at least 30 people. a shell went off prematurely. it sent them directly into the crowd last night. they said it's not clear exactly what happened. people suffered burns and injuries. >>> today the prosecution rested its case in the florida murder trial of zimmerman. his mother took the stand as did the mother of the victim. both women said they recognized them screaming for help as their son. >> my son is trayvon martin. >> reporter: the mother, one of the most anticipated witnesses, finally told the jury what prosecutors hoped would help their case. >> i can't see him. i want to go outside . i want to see what's going on. >> ma'am, is that screaming? do you recognize that? >> yes . >> what do you recognize that to
apartment in turkey and my roommate, he was in his room reading and i turned around and i knocked on his door and told them you are sharing quarters with a pulitzer prize winner. [laughter] that's it great we went to bed before midnight. [laughter] there really was not much to do. >> and your fillets are was for feature photography. tell us how you happen to enter that image in the competition. not entered myself, so i'm sure which category. the news, i figure the most appropriate place would be the features. sort of a slice of life frontline photograph. that's what i did and -- this was all new to you? >> you had no other reason to make the decision? this was your first time. >> i think your instincts were right on the money. >> you are here representing the entire staff. i want to read their names -- they were all together with you in syria. give us a sense of how the day today staffing went. our photographers say you don't wake up and say i'm going to shoot a fillets are today. how did you organize yourselves into what you're going to do today? >> first of all, we covered the year in
. >> still to come here, anti-government protests in turkey have tarnished the prime minister's reputation but by how much? and awaiting a sentence, bradley manning is found guilty of espionage for leaking classified u.s. information. stay with us here on al jazeera. >> welcome back. a reminder of our top stories. robert mugabe cast his vote. the 89-year-old has been in power for 33 years. a new united nations report shows a number of civilians being killed and wounded in afghanistan is rising. it says the total number of deaths and injury rose by 23% in the first six months of this year. and u.s. secretary of state john kerry says israeli and palestinian negotiators have agreed to meet again in two weeks. they've described their initial talks in washington as very positive. now, the white house has asked two senior republican senators to travel to egypt to try and end the political stalemate. john mccain and lindsey graham have previously been critical of president obama's foreign policy. the e.u. foreign policy chief visited on tuesday. protesters calling for the release of the deposed p
, could encourage kurds in turkey to do the same. that is why they officials held emergency talks after the most powerful armed kurdish group took control of the border crossing. byd says it is not a security threat to turkey and does not want the break up of syria. but divisions among various groups fighting the assad government have become confrontations for power, territory, and ideology. they are may say preventing other groups from imposing their will, but this is another fault line in syria's war. >> it's nearly two weeks since crash landedline in san francisco. two people were killed. authorities have confirmed that a third victim was killed after being hit by rescue vehicles. oftoday, the cause of death a flight passenger is listed as multiple blunt injuries that are consistent with being run over by a motor vehicle. those injuries she received, she was alive at the time. >> a secret u.s. court has extended an order allowing the collection of millions of telephone records. the order would need to be renewed every three months. it allows for the information to be turned over to t
police, and they responded with smoke grenades. turkey is concerned the seizure could further strengthen kurdish rebels fighting for independence. is taking and will continue to take every necessary to step keep its citizens and territory safe. within this frame, took her supporters have taken the necessary measures within the wills -- the rules of engagement and return fire and shot the bases from where gunfire was turned toward turkey. >> the u.s. president has spoken out about the george zimmerman verdict. barack obama says he could have teenagermurdered trayvon martin 35 years ago, and now he is calling for a review of race laws in the country. surprise.a it was personal, and it was unscripted -- an unusual appearance by president barack obama, talking about race. >> the issue of the trayvon martin ruling. >> trayvon martin was a teenager walking home, confronted by a neighborhood watchman, george zimmerman. there was a fight. martin was shot and killed. a florida jury found zimmerman not guilty. he claimed it was self defense. for almost a week, there have been protests across the c
from the family reach center. and annually we have a turkey give away i've begged and begged from a truck to help us drive 5 hundred turkeys from costco so we can give those 5 hundred turkeys free to i believe i think this past year we served about 5 hundred families so thank you. another event whether there constantly involved in the toys drive which captain mentioned which is a collaboration we do with the families in action. we provided 2 hundred plus gifts annually with the help of other. they also are present in our events in my loonor year and our annual easter events so it's a collaboration which we appreciate as well. so kudos and thank you to them. and some of the concerns i have we have mentioned in the past but definitely the r or o r mc is due to the violence that's happening in the last 3 years. if you go in front of our office 156 broad street there's been a memorial there for two years bus it's a constant reminded to our clients that something happened there >> okay. so briefly. due to the violence we've seen we have seen anxiety and depression and we're working w
the arctic circle to the caribbean islands. we start in turkey. >> this cemetery is located in turkey but has only christian graves. the names are polish. among those buried here outside istanbul are the ancestors of this man. many poles fled what was then sars to russia and were welcomed by the sultan ruling the ottoman empire. >> these are the graves of my forefathers. i'm fourth-generation. my great-grandfather was born in poland in 1820, and came here as a prisoner during the crimean war in 1848. but our village was founded earlier in 1842. that is his wife's grade. >> some graves document the historical legacy of ethnic poles who rose through the ranks fighting for the turkish sultan's armed forces. the 170-year polish heritage is alive and well here. there is a church, half timbered houses, orchards, not so long ago, people also used to keep pigs here. the villages located 20 kilometers east of istanbul istanbul on the asian side of the city. while expanding istanbul threatens to engulf the village at some point, for the time being, it remains a popular escape from the hubbub of the cit
of revolutionaries across the middle east, joe? >> i think it did. in turkey you have an unique situation in which that has been a long secular state with a lot of history, a lot of tradition of democratic government, but the currently installed government that is there now has been doing a lot of things that would sound familiar to the ear of anybody who lives in north carolina, texas or these other states in the united states who are looking to oppose religious-based doctrine on the people. they want to muslimize certain areas, people weren't having it. but at the same time, the economy was stalled and stagnant so people had no real reason to respect the government on this one. so that's part of what's going on here, that the arab spring has pressed a new sort of revolutionary. they're looking to protest and getting their names out. the question is how successful they will be against a strong central government like turkey and like other arab states. >> michael: democratically elected and also affects the way turkey always trying to get into the european union. i think this has far-ranging effec
professionally, what's more, doctors say cell phones could cause you to develop a saggy neck, known as turkey neck. do you know why that is, greg? >> while you're on the blackberry, somebody comes over, staples the neck of a turkey below your chin. >> no. andrea, i told you this earlier. what do you think of this? >> if you're constantly hunched overlooking at the blackberry, the neck is crinkled, you get lines on your neck. you can't get rid of them! there's no plastic surgery. >> i'm the only one in the show that doesn't look at the blackberry or iphone during the show, and i have a turkey neck. there you go. >> that's not a turkey neck. >> really, i learned this, you know, people have terrible posture now because of the iphone, and one of the things it does, harvard study looked at. when you're hunched over, especially in a meeting, you're less likely to get promoted, less likely to look like a person on top of things. you should probably leave your iphone at your desk. >> interesting. however, we're bearing the lead here. we talked about it on the break, what you want to do when you're wa
and then people started tagging me and that's how i found out. i was in my apartment in turkey and my roommate, he was in his room reading and i turned around and i knocked on his door and told them you are sharing quarters with a pulitzer prize winner. [laughter] that's it great we went to bed before midnight. [laughter] there really was not much to do. >> and your fillets are was for feature photography. tell us how you happen to enter that image in the competition. >> i entered myself, so i'm not sure which category. the news, i figure the most appropriate place would be the features. sort of a slice of life frontline photograph. that's what i did and -- this was all new to you? >> you had no other reason to make the decision? this was your first time. >> i think your instincts were right on the money. >> you are here representing the entire staff. i want to read their names -- they were all together with you in syria. give us a sense of how the day today staffing went. our photographers say you don't wake up and say i'm going to shoot a fillets are today. how did you organize yourselves into w
. and i love to cook. and i can make a mean barbecue turkey meat loaf but i want to see how you are doing it. where do we start? >> first we will start with the vegetables. olive oil. >> anderson: i am the only one at the reunion who shows up without food. >> can you cook, anderson? >> anderson: no. >> we are going to show you. >> anderson: my aunt makes ambrosia. it is a bowl of fruit. >> what is your favorite southern? >> red bell pepper. and. >> anderson: we are making a turkey barbecue meat loaf. >> and you sautee and add the garlic. >> sautee for four minutes. you want to add the garlic in on the last two because you want the garlic to brown. >> you two met in high school. he. >> he was been stalking me forever. >> was eating part of your dating? >> pat says i was a girl who didn't know how to do anything not a domestic goddess at all and i am. i made this this dish with braised cabbage and carrots with mashed potatoes did that and while he was eating that i was folding clothes, giving him the picture. >> this is how you get a man. >> all this in heels. in heels. >> trust me, what sh
's fortunes? >> it's very interesting that it's happening in turkey. i think that the hand of the turks is extremely important here. heir to one the president of turkey sees himself as the new successor of the oat man empire. controlled the arab world half a millennium. what air to one has done. he sees turkey now as the great guarantor and ultimately the senior ally of the muslims, the sunni muslims and he has seen the brotherhood in gaza, in egypt, in northern africa, and even the brotherhood in syria and the civil war. as the instruments of this resurgents of turkey -- in the region. they had their high moment with the election of morsey and then within a year it's all dissolved. and that, i think, is the great reaction now is there any way to salvage this. is there any way to restore them to power. i'm not sure the answer is yes, because the brotherhood would have to go to war as the brotherhood did in algeria in the 1990s and lost it. it looks as if they are going to go underground instead. sn. >> in this document sky news obtained it suggests, mara, that brotherhood believes the o
to stop in turkey and meet with the ecumenical patriarch of the greek church who was very impressive, and i wonder if you can -- one of the things that i talked with him about was what was happening in cyprus. and i know that secretary kerry has indicated that this isn't, we have an opportunity here with what he calls a frozen conflict perhaps to make some progress in addressing what has been a stalemate for a very long time on cyprus between greece and turkey. i wonder if you can talk about whether there is, this is an opportunity and how additional diplomatic engagement might help to change what has been a status quo for too long there? >> senator, i do believe we have an opportunity now. i think circumstances are changing, attitudes are changing not just within cyprus, but also in greece and in turkey, and we have to capitalize on that. we also have natural gas off the coast of turkey which is -- off the coast of cyprus which is a powerful motivator for getting to the solution that we all want which is a bizonal, bicommunal federation that can share the benefits. and it's absolute
is meeting in turkey to elect a new president. the acting leader is expected to get the job. other contenders include senior figures. the opposition has been criticized for failing to unite ahead of those peace talks in geneva. france has apologized to bolivia for refusing to allow the president's jet into its airspace. resident morality has arrived back in bolivia to a hero's welcome. several european countries expected u.s. whistleblower edward snowden was on board. south american leaders are planning an emergency meeting over the issue. this is an open provocation to the continent and on the presidency and its people. they have tried to intimidate us. i just want to say that you will never intimidate us. you are never going to scare us, because we are a people with unity and sovereignty. >> jacky rowland has more from paris. >> the diplomatic fallout over this incident involving the bolivian president airplane is continuing. the french foreign minister has now apologized to his bolivian counterparts among blaming the whole incident on what he described as an administrative mishap. it is re
. then i'm going to put on turkey so you can have any option you want for the protein of the sandwich. we chose turkey. and some red tomatoes. isn't that beautiful? >> it's very beautiful. easy to make. when you put then together, the sandwich would be out of this world. i'm going to add, i know you said no, but watch this, i'm going to add red pepper flakes on mine. you can have the second one. >> that's fine. we have more bread. >> plenty of bread. ciao, everybody. this is great. >> thanks, dad. >> great job. >>> from green pass pastures to green water, what's happening? coming up. ,, look at 'em. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for jus
has taught sicilians to be tough, and they are not going to give up this fight easily. >> in turkey, mass protests have been staged in dozens of cities nationwide for months now. the unrest started with demonstrations to protect trees from being cut down in istanbul's as he parked -- istanbul's desi park -- gezi park. the prime minister is criticized for his territory and -- for his authoritarian rule and policies. >> it is time for the summer break, but this microbiology student from istanbul is not heading to the beach. she is on her way to a political meeting. her route takes her across taksim square. in the past few weeks, she was confronted by water cannon and pepper spray here. but the 21-year-old does not fear the hundreds of police who still fill the square and the neighboring gezi park. she is not bitter. she says the struggle for democracy is about more than just the park. >> it is about restrictions on the sale of alcohol. the government's campaign against abortion and women's rights. and the introduction of tuition fees for students. and also that turkey should keep out
avocado love. add this superfood boost to the turkey & spinach or try it on the subway club. it's avocado season at subway. subway. eat fresh®. >> this is the pilots' first time flying into s f o that is significant. we will find out more. federal safety officials saying that pilots were coming in to slow. the were all trace the also coming in to slope and it possibly cost one of the engines to stall. scott rates is live in millbrae >> reporter: . scottreporter i can tell you that you see the boeing 777 this is from bayview park. this is the staging area for the ntsb. it looks like a mobile command unit. and a servile vehicles as well they are piecing together to try to figure out what caused this crash. the other point of interest is right. the tail end of this aircraft and we are checking all this area as well. there is a lot of work with the ntsb to do. we can only imagine that the runway will be shut down for the next three or four days. i can tell you that planes have been coming and going. it will help alleviate some of the traffic that has been backed up. we will continue to monit
fighters tried to storm their people close to the border with turkey. >> we are expecting to do anything. beards.e under they are collaborating with the regime and have made it clear they want to target fsa commanders. we need to take action. >> islamic state of iraq told us they're working to cleanse the fsa of regime supporters and those they say are cooperating with the west. on thentrolled territory border with turkey. the fsa say they're keeping a close watch on their activities. >> they help us fight the regime. make syriat to another afghanistan, we will take necessary measures. command say they do not want war, but they have already lost men and territories to the islamic state in at least five incidents in the last week alone. reports intting egyptian investigators have begun questioning the deposed president mohamed morsi. prosecutors are looking into , attackingof spying military barracks, and damaging the economy. his supporters of gathered saying they will continue protesting until he is reinstated. a former egyptian ambassador to the u.s. has accepted the post of interim fo
strength. they told us that islamic state squander theo weapons depot close to the border with turkey. >> they hide under their fears very they are cooperating with the regime and have made it clear that they want to target the commanders. >> the islamic state said they are working to cleanse the fsa from regime supporters. they now control the territory also on the border with turkey. the fsa say they are keeping a close watch on the activities. theyey are welcome if help us fight the regime. but if they want to cause strife and make serious another afghanistan, we will take the necessary measures. >> the commanders say they don't want war but they have already lost men and territory to the islamic state in at least five reported incidents in the past week alone. activists are calling for the safe release of dozens of civilians trapped in a mosque on the outskirts of the capital, damascus. they may be killed by the military or rebels who are fighting nearby. the syrian coalition has called on the united states to urge bashar al-assad to release the civilians. but thanh us government
developments from istanbul in neighboring turkey. oman, this has significance, this visit. significant. if you look at the stance of the syrian government, it has changed. now they are allowing the u.n. team to come to damascus. so, it is important and significant in this regard. however, we will really need to wait and see the outcome of the meeting when it happens between d team investigating allegations of chemical weapons with the syrian government. because what the u.n. is asking for is that access to all areas in syria in which the opposition are staying and claiming that the government forces used, cool weapons. at the moment, the government is allowing the u.n. to go to one area in which the government accuses the opposition of using chemical weapons against its own forces. we really need to wait and see the outcome of the meeting when it happens next week. >> how has the opposition reacted to the news? spoke with the syrian national coalition -- a spokesman for the syrian national coalition welcomed to visit and he said forces are willing to cooperate with the u.n. team to investigate
disturbing tour bus crash caught on surveillance camera in turkey, and watch as the bus makes a left turn. it tilts on its side and slides and comes to a stop as it hits the post. sadly, two people on the bus were killed. the bus was carrying 27 scandinavians who had come to turkey for the trip. but as you can see, the bus accident completely changed their vacation. >> do they know what csed is? failing on the bus, because it seems that they were taking the curve too quickly. >> we don't know what was the cause of the accident, whether it was excessive speed or failed brakes. we don't know what happened before the bus turned on the side. >> you can see the people flipping around on their seats. >> and you can see that you had young children inside of this motor coach. >> flipping upside down, and you can see the people flying all over the place inside of the bus. >>> i bet that you never thought na you could do this with a carrot. >> i mostly eat them. >> or you could make a recorder if you were so musically inclined. >> today, i want to show you how to make a recorder out of a carrot. >>
was that egypt would turn into an ataturk style turkey, early 20th century turkey with a secular military sort of guiding the country. and the irony is that may end up actually happening. and i think one of the parallels of this is that erdogan in turkey, the prime minister of turkey, he spent ten years trying to undermine the military, and get the control of the military. morsi tried to do it too quickly. i think a lot of the generals in the military, military in egypt said we don't want to go that way, this is our opportunity, we'll be perceived to have democratic legitimacy, this is a one shot at stopping the muslim brotherhood from islamifying egypt and they took their shot. >> there's been a lot of talk among the administration about what we do or don't call this. our former ambassador to the u.n. john bolton talked about this and why the u.s. may or may not be use being the word coup and what difference it really makes. here's what he said. >> all of this talk about why the administration can't call it a coup, you know, can't speak the truth, really conceals the fact that in virtually al
. >> they have prompted strong condemnation from turkey. istanbul.re now from >> the biggest show of support yet in istanbul for the ousted the egyptian president. hundreds of people gathered to demand he be reinstated as the elected leader of egypt. of him andd posters leaders of the muslim brotherhood. they also know who their enemies are. denouncing egypt's defense minister, the majority are .upporters >> this is a coup against muslims. this is why we will be with him. >> the victorious one will be morsi. isdissent on the street, it that government was a reaction. >> what happened in egypt as a military coup against the first democratically elected president. it is also a reminder of the military coups over the last 40 years. that is why the government and the opposition stand united in chairmeny call -- the of the humanitarian ngo is suing officials in turkish courts. >> is crimes against humanity, and that is why it is against [indiscernible] it was a crime against humanity. >> it was a move of the finance, replicating the calls in cairo. and there is believed that he will be and remain the
and they gave us food from this place. they gave us great turkey burgers and pick us saturday and we have a bunch of kids and it's hard to see us crammed in this space because we want to hit. we have to pick out of a hat who is going to play. it would be nice to have another place because when you look at jay mar he's our smallest guy. there's so many kid and you go, there's jay mar because there's a hole when you see everybody. it would be great to have a budget space. when we come together, i love it because with he have a family and we all do our homework and they teach us life skills. even if you don't think you learned a life skill, you do. mines was honesty. when i was growing i didn't think about it until i thought about it, be truthful and kevin chriskey over there, he would get mad when he didn't do something right and we said, you got to get through it and make sure everything is all right. and we got you you because we're a family now. those are the new faces and everything. is that my time. >> you have 30 more seconds. >> i'm sorry. and that's just -- it's fun because
's billion with a b for the city. how about a turkey sandwich? how much is a turkey sandwich? $10.50? they may do it one $10.50 turkey sandwich at a time. today was free to come down to the village. after today, it's $10 a day. you can nose around, because the racing doesn't start until sunday. in san francisco, mike sugerman, kpix 5. >>> and again, here's how it works. there are those three teams, the italian, the swedish, new zealand, they are racing each other throughout july and august. then the winner gets to challenge defending champion oracle in september for the america's cup. >>> you can bet on crowded car lots this 4th of july weekend. >> the 3 factors that make this a great time to buy a car. >> i was beside myself. >> it's an atm era that, well, any of us could make. how a decimal point turned into a costly mistake for one bay area woman. ,, ♪ roundup ♪ i'm a loving husband and a real good dad ♪ ♪ but weeds just make me rattlesnake mad ♪ ♪ now roundup has a new sharp-shootin' wand ♪ ♪ i'm sendin' them weeds to the great beyond ♪ ♪ roundup yeha! [ w
show the ubiquity of twitter locally. the demonstration in turkey and brazil. the turkish prime minister, president erdogan, called twitter the menace to society. so much of the protests were driven by folks on the ground tweeting from the park. time, he had something like 3 million followers and he tweets several times per day. i believe that turkey has asked for data from you folks and facebook. statementssued a saying that they have not responded to that. thisabout your role as local town square and what the challenges are. data request domestically, but what is happening globally? the fascinating thing about this global town square is it is -- there is increasingly less fiction for people to see the other people who feel the same way they do about their issue or to see and hear people who feel differently around some issues. that has resulted in all of these fascinating consequences. ofemember in the aftermath the arab awakening, we had a group of female egyptian scholars come to the twitter office and were talking about the fact that it was amazing to see onat they could so
, they arentially refugees. and then they go to the border. they go to the border with turkey and some of them apply. most people i know do not want to leave syria. syria is their home. they do not want to live in turkey. it is a different country. i do not want to go to jordan. they can't stay. for them, it is a tremendous loss of dignity because they see their family living in a refugee mp. this is a society that is conservative. very little privacy. it is a huge loss of dignity. ini said earlier today, refugee camps. you go inside of a tent and it is clean. they clean their tents. they wash their clothes. they tried to keep as much dignity as they can. in a place that, in a country that robbed them of many dignities. >> it is a really tough decision. it is the u.s. trying to help us we are talking, come with us. come with us to turkey. my mother is going to turkey. my girlfriend is here. if they get killed i am in turkey, how can i leave? .ow can i be in that situation they ask these questions every day. the men of fighting age? they joined the opposition. they did not want to maybe, they did not
reports border guards and a rack, jordan, and turkey are rejecting tens of thousands of refugees attempting to flee the conflict in syria. the group says lebanon is the only one keeping its borders open while syria's other neighbors are either rejecting refugees out right or allowing only a limited number in, leaving many stranded at the border. turkey rejected the accusation saying it is currently hosting more than 200,000 syrians in refugee camps. the report comes amid reports of a government siege on the city of homes and the city other syrian -- killing of a steering roman catholic priest by the rebels in the north. thousands of pro-choice advocates dissented on the texas capitol monday to protest republican attempts to revive legislation which would shut down nearly all of the state's abortion clinics and ban abortion 20 weeks after fertilization. building off the momentum of the people's filibuster, an estimated 5000 people gathered to cheer wendy davis who stood for roughly 13 hours last week as protesters and lawmakers shut down the bill. number are great discouraged abou
to a million dollars brought in. >> that's billion dollars with a b for city. >> how much is a turkey sandwich. >> 10.54. >> they may do it one 10.50 turkey sandwich at a time >> reporter: this is supposed to be a much bigger event. 14 challengers, about three, about half a million people a day along the water front. that's not going to happen, but after all these years, it is finally here and most of the people involved could not be happier. on the water front, mike sugerman, kpix 5. >> there are three teams. the italians, the swedish and new zealand, racing each other throughout july and august. now, the winner gets to challenge defending champion oracle in september for the america's cup. >>> coming up in our next half hour, a major power shift in egypt. how the conflict in that country is prompting a cautious response from the white house. >>> we figure that we jump on the opportunity now. >> the three reasons why this is the best time in years to buy a car. >>> i thought i was buying ice cream. >> why your favorite ice cream may not really be ice cream anymore. ,,,,,,,, could save you fif
control and what are the odds that something even more wrong will go wrong? >> i used to live in turkey. turkey was a country with a nascent democracy after the second world war. what was interesting the military actually had three coups over the period of 60 years. they did it in order to protect rights of minorities. we talk about america as democratic nation which is true. but the other two-pieces of that, your viewers will appreciate that we protect minority rights and we also have a free market system. you have to have all three of those pieces together. that way people feel they have a stake in the existing society they can climb up the ranks. they can create wealth. they have opportunities. i think one of the things that was naive coming out of the arab spring, oh as long as we get process right. if we have open elections and process is fair then the outcome will be great. what we're seeing here is actually as i said a do-over. you're getting the opportunity to add in two other key elements. protection of minority rights so you have some level of protection for people who may be
in a deliberate way, not simply going cold turkey because of the possible negative national security ramifications. so, look, identify again arguing for a long time before this broke that we should be taking the reform. i'm glad a lot of people have joined us in that concern but do i think that the best way to do this is in a more deliberate way rather than simply zeroing out all the funding all together. >> what's the happy median then? >> my biggest concern what's the standard, what's the test for actually looking at the content of people's communications. we should be absolutely clear that an individual warrant is required before anybody can get access to the content of anybody's phone calls, anybody's emails, and so the law provides for that and i think we need to be double sure that that is being enforced. there's a distinction between that and simply having records like the phone companies have of the people's different calls they made, incoming and outgoing. the real question in my mind is what's the test before you get to actually go and take a look first at those records and of course on
into an ataturk style turkey, early 20th century turkey with a secular military sort of guiding the country. and the irony is that may end up actually happening. and i think one of the parallels of this is that erdogan in turkey, the prime minister of turkey, he spent ten years trying to undermine the military, and get the control of the military. morsi tried to do it too quickly. i think a lot of the generals in the military, military in egypt said we don't want to go that way, this is our opportunity, we'll be perceived to have democratic legitimacy, this is a one shot at stopping the muslim brotherhood from islamifying egypt and they took their shot. >> there's been a lot of talk among the administration about what we do or don't call this. our former ambassador to the u.n. john bolton talked about this and why the u.s. may or may not be use being the word coup and what difference it really makes. here's what he said. >> all of this talk about why the administration can't call it a coup, you know, can't speak the truth, really conceals the fact that in virtually all of our foreign assist
with people who were with the military. >> in cairo, thank you very much. protests have flared in turkey has the government plans to open gezi park to the public for the first time since june. protesters tried to gain access to taksin square. authorities warned that further demonstrations will not be tolerated. bolivia has added their name to the list of countries offering asylum to american whistleblower edward snowden. morales, says evo they have no fear of america or their allies. venezuela has also offered asylum to the contractor. all three countries pose a direct challenge to the u.s. government that demands edward snowden be arrested. he may face an espionage charges over the surveillance program. he has applied to 27 countries for asylum. > evo morales has hit back after his journey to his home country was disrupted. >> i would like to tell you that we will give edward snowden asylum. he is being persecuted and we are not afraid. >> he was held up in austria after several european countries denied him passage into their airspace. he remains in the transit zone at this airport, and he
is turkey or whether egypt is somewhat unue, but the military now is in a position to have influence. we want to work with them. we want to see them influenced in the direction of a political process. the last thing we want to see, by the way, is the muslim brotherhood give up on conventional politics. we don't want them to feel that violence in the streets are their own options. so, we essentially want to encourage the military to open things up, to set some kind of a calendar. if anything, i would actually, rather than think about cutting aid, i would be willing to expand aid. i would be willing to say, look, we will work with you on some type of a roadmap, to use their word, a political openness of redrafting a constitution of political participation, of elections, of economic and political reforms, to tide you through, and we're willing to be your partner conditionally so long as you take certain steps. >> bret, in your column, you seem to suggest that if you're going to do a coup do it properly. if you're going to take vienna, as napoleon said, take vienna. does that mean you want t
been swift. turkey strongly condemned what it calls a massacre and said a political normalization process must begin. germany said it was dismayed at the shootings and wants speedy clarification from an independent body. the u.s. has come under fire and anti-morsi supporters. been onlyobama has seen talking behind closed doors. he has not addressed the issue publicly and now back from holiday he still has not. focusing instead on domestic issues. >> the more accountable than any before. >> jay carney carefully avoided taking sides. >> we call on the military to use the maximum restraint responding to protesters just as we urge all those demonstrating to do so peacefully. >> the main message he was trying to send the u.s. is not taking sides but that is not believed by many of the protesters. morsiagainst president who feel that even though there were taking to the streets the u.s. ambassador was backing him. the obama administration not celebrated here either. the obama administration is not calling for his return and says for now it will continue to give money to the new egyptian
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that are remaining. ambassador newland, i want to the questions from senator sheehan on turkey. erdogan -- what erdogan is doing is troubling. a crackdown within assembled, his treatment of journalists, what are the tools of our disposal to continue to raise these questions of a free and open civil society in turkey, given the same problem have in russia, all the irons in the fire with respect to our confiscated relationship -- with turkey, it makes it difficult to make the issue of human rights in his treatment of political opponents front and center -- what are the tools at our disposal to press erodgan -- erdogan? thank you, senator. our alliance with turkey is absolutely critical. eurasian space but also in all the work we are doing now in the middle east and north africa particularly with regard to syria. i think it is because we have such an intense and tight relationship and because we have constant contact -- secretary kerry has now made seven trips to turkey -- the president talks we canesident erdogan -- speak clearly when we have concerns about turkey's democratic past. we have done
produce from turkey, products not in major german supermarkets. >> you make it with water and milk, is dry and varied than. it breaks easily. >> the supermarket sells double the amount of some foods. people have an appetite comes sunset. he >> you can notice, there is a big spike but comes down after two or three weeks. that is how it is. >> it is good for sales at first? >> we have to keep replenishing stocks. >> they largely ignored the market. a few stores sell produce depending on location in demand. the demand is growing according to one change. it is not a clock 30 in the evening. some diners tucked into their meals and the muslim guests wait until the sun sets. they make up for the abstinence. it is action stations for the service staff. >> in the evenings, it is non- stop. and we still have plenty of customers when ramadan is over. >> it is clearly good for business. the guests spend even more time breaking their fast in the restaurant. >> more news and a half an hour from now. >> stay with us. >> we find george zimmerman not guilty. >> cleared of the murder of trayvon martin. prot
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